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Grade: 11

                        

Its told that electrons get excited and go to a higher energy level and form hybridised orbitals like in case of carbon,and then the energy is compensated by bind enthalpy. But my question is that from where do they get energy to excite...?????

3 years ago

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Ravleen Kaur
askIITians Faculty
1451 Points
							The central atom mixes its valence shell atomic orbitals to form degenerate hybrid orbitals The hybrid orbitals thus formed by the mixing of atomic orbitals are more stable and have less energy than the atomic orbitals. The excess amount of energy is released in stabilization of hybrid orbitals and is used in excitation of one electron from low energy 2s orbital to high energy 2pz orbital.
						
one year ago
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